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The Condominium statute provides that the Condominium Association has a lien against each unit for assessments that remain unpaid for 10 days. The Association can foreclose due to the non payment of these dues.
Foreclosure due to not paying the mortgage is covered at this libguide. Foreclosure is a complicated process. An attorney should be consulted.
Home foreclosures : including reverse mortgages, tax liens, condominium liens, land installment sales, and seizure of manufactured homes by
Call Number: KF 697 .F6 W35
Publication Date: 2019
Also available as an ebook from the Franklin County Law Library's website at https://lawlibrary.franklincountyohio.gov/.
Ohio Revised Code
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 5311.18
Lien for common expenses. Provides that unit owner can sue in common pleas if he believes the charges are wrong. Like any other lien, this lien can be enforced through foreclosure.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 5312.12
Homeowners Associations (HOAs) also have liens on unpaid assessments, that may be foreclosed on under the Ohio Planned Community Law.